The comparatively comfortable peasant Mito reluctantly parts with his land, which becomes collective property. He is not prepared to face the changes, which are taking place in the new Bulgarian village. One night he steals his oxen from the cooperative farm and thus comes into conflict with the whole village, even with his own wife. Tormented by loneliness, Mito uncertainly wins back his affection of his wife, the closeness of his children and friends. He thus arrives at the actual meaning of collective work and becomes a member of the collective farm.
Georgi Djulgerov <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
This is the first film of Dako Dakovski's trilogy which also includes 'Taynata vecherya na sedmatzite' and ' Stublenskite lipi'. The director's style stands out. It brings out the authenticity of the circumstances and the actors' convincing performances. See more